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Steven Mah is a Sports Reporter at the Swift Current Southwest Booster. See news happening? You can reach Steven at 306-770-2225 or boostersports@swbooster.com or on Twitter @swbooster.
The Swift Current Broncos won their final three games heading into the holiday break as they took ad- vantage of a couple opponents well below them in the standings last week. The Broncos got back into the win column on Wednesday with a 5-2 win over the Kootenay Ice in Cranbrook. The Broncos received goals from five different players and points from 11 skaters, led by a goal and an...
After playing close games throughout the Saskatchewan Female Midget AAA Hockey League regular season, the Swift Current Diamond Energy Wildcats closed out 2016 with a blowout win. The host Wildcats defeated the winless Weyburn Wings 10-0 on Wednesday to finish the year with a 7-5-0-6 record in fourth spot in the eight-team league. They led only 1-0 well into the...
The Swift Current Diamond Energy Wildcats lost both of their Saskatchewan Female Midget AAA Hockey League games after regulation against the visiting Melville Prairie Fire. Saturday, the Wildcats lost 3-2 in a shootout. They trailed 1-0 after one period when Allison Hayhurst scored for the Prairie Fire. Tenelle Lind scored on the power play and Chloe Smith added a goal...
The Premier Tech rink, skipped by Rick James, won the Swift Current Curling Club’s Innovation Credit Union Super League championship on Dec. 15. The sixth seeded Premier Tech rink upset the top seeded Westax/WW Smith rink of Max Kirkpatrick in the championship game. James was joined by third Brian Wiens, second Wayne Oakman, and lead Richard Cuthbert. TDK Trucking (Kennedy) defeated...
A Swift Current rink came up just one win short of qualifying for provincials at the 2016-17 Viterra Women’s Provincial Challenge Qualifier at the Kindersley Curling Club on Dec. 9-11. The Swift Current rink was comprised of Kelsey Dutton, Chelsey Peterson, Becca Anderson, and Ashley Resler and were coached by Ken Dutton. They won twice and lost twice in four games. The top two teams advanced to the Viterra Scotties T of Hearts Provincial Championship at...
The Swift Current Home Hardware Legionnaires had their best week in recent memory with three wins over teams from the top, middle, and bottom of the Saskatchewan Midget AAA standings. Last Tuesday, the Legionnaires opened with three power play goals and never looked back on their way to a 7-1 win over the league-leading Moose Jaw Generals. The host Legionnaires notched power play goals from Hunter Lamb and two from captain Zach Ziegler over the opening...
The Southwest Terminal Peewee Broncos won four games and tied once to win their 16-team home tournament over the weekend. Friday, the Broncos got an early start to the weekend against the Saskatoon Kodiaks when they chalked up a 7-2 win. Rohan Priebe led the host team with four goals and one assist, while Kalan Lind had a goal and four assists. Daniel Ganert added a goal and an assist and Dayne Feicht also...
The Swift Current Comp. Senior Ardens basketball team won two of three games during their home debut to place third at the eight-team Ardens Invitational. The Ardens opened their tournament on Friday against the Shaunavon Silhouettes in front of the Comp. student body with a 56-28 win. Grade 11 guard Kennedy Choo-Foo and grade 10 guard Danika Messer led the Ardens with 12 points apiece. Ali Vance added 10 points as well. “This was a...
The Swift Current Broncos were outscored 12-2 over five periods but fought back in their final period of the weekend to salvage a single point with a thrilling comeback effort. They finished the week with a 15-10-3-4 record in their familiar third spot in the East Division. Friday, the Broncos’ rematch with the Regina Pats ended in an 8-1 loss. Kaden Elder scored the only goal, on the power play, in the first period...

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